This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform specialised production or multi-skilled operations and supervision roles within the textiles and clothing production environment.
Work outcomes require the ability to operate equipment and take responsibility for specialist production machines or processes where the work is mostly predictable and the emphasis is on safety, efficiency, process control and problem solving.
In class you will learn traditional and industrial methods of pattern making and sewing. This skill set is essential in almost all areas of the fashion industry. It is a great course that can be built upon with advancement into various MFI qualification pathways.
This qualification combines pattern making, garment construction, safety and quality standards and basic production.
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Assessment requires competence in units that align to all assignments, set tasks and projects. In order to develop the knowledge and skills to successfully complete the course, students are required to be punctual and encouraged to attend all classes.
- Day: twelve months
- Two days per week of face to face delivery/assessment
- Twelve hours a week of self-directed learning
- Evening: twelve months
- Two evenings per week plus Saturdays (an average two Saturdays per month) of face-to-face delivery/assessment
- Nine hours a week of self-directed learning
These are based on the average student, each individual will vary.
All classes are held at Melbourne Fashion Institute, Level 2, 156 George Street, Fitzroy, 3065.